Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
The job was very easy.
If I remember correctly there are only two bolts holding the motor assembley itself on and the electrical connection is just one large plug.
It becomes a little three handed when you pull the motor forward and have to detach it from the wiper mechanism, again, if I remember correctly, there is only a one nut securing the wiper mechanism to the drive shaft of the motor and the shaft is "keyed" so that you dont have trouble lining the wipers up with the self park of the motor.
Sorry I can't be a little more specific but my truck is not here my brother inlaw is out in it and I have just checked my Haynes manual and there is absolutely no information in it about changing the wiper motor
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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